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#21 OFFLINE   DaaQ

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Posted 10 February 2012 - 10:30 AM

Where exactly, meaning physically within your system, is the power inserter located??
I have seen something similar to this (except without the 34)
Changing the location of the power inserter like making sure it is not behind the splitter or getting a 2 way splitter and run power inserter on powered leg with a terminator on the "signal to ird" port and run coax from other leg of the 2 way to the receiver.
May fix the low network performance issue and or main issue as stated above

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#22 OFFLINE   veryoldschool

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Posted 10 February 2012 - 10:42 AM

Where exactly, meaning physically within your system, is the power inserter located??
I have seen something similar to this (except without the 34)
Changing the location of the power inserter like making sure it is not behind the splitter or getting a 2 way splitter and run power inserter on powered leg with a terminator on the "signal to ird" port and run coax from other leg of the 2 way to the receiver.
May fix the low network performance issue and or main issue as stated above

I'm not sure it's the same thing, but what you're referring to is this:
http://www.dbstalk.c...53&d=1285094774

I don't think this causes poor Phy Mesh rates, but does cause problems.
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